Translation of "stampede" - English-Spanish dictionary

stampede

noun uk /stæmˈpiːd/ us

an occasion when many large animals or many people suddenly all move quickly and in an uncontrolled way, usually in the same direction at the same time, especially because of fear

estampida, desbandada
Two shoppers were injured in the stampede as shop doors opened on the first day of the sale.
verb uk /stæmˈpiːd/ us

When animals or people stampede, they all move quickly in the same direction, often because they are frightened. (of a group of animals or people) to all move quickly in the same direction, often because of being frightened

salir en estampida
A loud clap of thunder made the herd stampede.

(Translation of “stampede” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stampede

noun /stӕmˈpiːd/

a sudden wild rush of wild animals etc

estampida
a stampede of buffaloes
The school bell rang for lunch and there was a stampede for the door.

(Translation of “stampede” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)